AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) provided its shareholders with an update of the fourth-quarter subscriber results. The company also delivers a strategic objective across platforms such as HBO Max and Wireless. In addition, the company also provides U.S. consumers with entertainment and communication experiences around the country via mobile and broadband. 

 AT&T collaborates with Smart Meter 

AT&T collaborates with Smart Meter to improve health outcomes for people with chronic conditions such as high blood pressure. Smart Meter distributes health area provisions while monitoring (RPM) devices and services such as smartrpm™ solution and iglucose

Chronic illnesses are the leading causes of death in the U.S.  

Recently Verizon collaborated with AT&T mobile to offer an unlimited mobile plan. The new plans include a similar level of access to the Nation’s carriers and 5G networks. Previously known as the Get more unlimited, 5G start requires $90 per month for a single line using autopay. 

Unlike the previous data plan, where the consumer arrived at the required limit, only to experience slowdowns due to network congestion. The new 5G Get More plan does away with that monthly dissatisfaction. 

The Federal Aviation Administration has reservations on the c-band wireless services launch

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently voiced its concerns on the communication launch of the c-band wireless services. The FAA claims that its service in the 3.7-3.98 GHz could interfere with radio altimeter signals that officials can use to calculate the plane’s distance to the ground. 

AT&T recently announced that they would offer a 5G network in January 2022; however, due to the allegations of interference concerns by the aircraft, the companies are forced to delay the launch. 

Recently, two of the most prominent wireless CEOs in the U.S. delivered an angry letter to Pete Buttigieg. The two organizations had worked to launch a new portion of their 5G networks for years. However, the launch didn’t happen due to vague air safety concerns. 

AT&T plans to shut down its 3G network to effect its transition to 5G on or before February 2022. However, the results will be inconsistent service and unhappy consumers without a new spectrum.